Your country rains a lot. Merely an observation. It even rains when it's sunny. Gienna and I were very impressed with how intensely it could pour while the sun was shining. It's a gift, really.
I appreciate that you know how ridiculous Americans are. Your crosswalks show that you're really looking out for us. Thanks much.
You have a lot of statues.
|Why do these birds keep shitting on my face?!?!|
|Ahem, what wares is she peddling here, Dublin?|
|Damn, give that guy a sandwich.|
You have the same kind of odd street indentations we have in Boston.
You sure do like your cobble stones.
|The sun came out for 4.2 glorious seconds.|
|I am not amused...|
|This guy right here--his job is to vacuum books. You read that correctly.|
By the way, thank you SO much for letting us sneak a few pictures of the Book of Kells.
|Personally, I think it looks like something a kid could draw.|
Guinness. Mmm, Guinness.
|Gienna looking adorable and happy at Neary's.|
You put vegetables in your mashed potatoes and serve something called loin of bacon (Gienna and I have decided it tastes like pork chop +). De-lish.
And you have very old things.
|Christ Church Cathedral, founded c. 1030.|
|This looks Romanish. But it's sorta sad and just sitting there. Maybe a diagram explaining |
what's happening here would help silly travelers like me?
|It was a beautiful door. Don't mind the tarp and cord. I can't edit pics at the moment.|
|"Sick & Indicent [sic] Roomkeepers Society, Founded AD 1790." Say what?|